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There’s nothing like a nationwide school closure to help you recognise the valuable work that teachers do, every single day
An Ocean Of Mysteries
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A study carried out on a small number of confirmed or suspected COVID-19 patients at England’s National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery has linked the coronavirus to a number of neurological conditions
Could Antibodies Found In Llamas Help US To Defeat Covid-19?
Researchers at the McLellan Lab in Austin, Texas, are using llama antibodies to attack ‘spike proteins’ found on the surface of the SARS-CoV-2 virus
Know Your Mind
Our brain uses shortcuts to think quickly but, sometimes, these mental timesavers let us down. Dr Pragya Agarwal discusses the science of cognitive biases, and why it’s more important than ever to understand how they hold sway over our views
Of Pandemics, Paradoxes And Cognitive Dissonance: Covid-19
Living through this difficult time raises demanding questions about what – or who – the real problems are
To The Ends Of The Earth
Scientists are going to extreme lengths to find out how climate change is affecting our planet
Be Mindful Of What's Good For You
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How To Get A Good Night's Sleep
Do you often find yourself lying awake in bed, unable to drop off? Help is at hand from sleep scientist Dr Alice Gregory